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Campaigners have been hard at work creating this great little video for the Let's Get Moving. So if you'd like to find out a little more about the campaign in just a few short minutes, then check it o...
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On Saturday 11th October Birmingham Friends of the Earth campaigners were outside Birmingham Cathedr...
We've signed up to raise money with Localgiving and double all donations on 14th October. There are...
On Saturday 27th September, as part of a national Day of Action for the Bee Cause, we planted a Bee ...
Over the past few months, Birmingham Friends of the Earth have been researching into pollution level...
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Protecting the marine environment is a huge issue for the UK. Surrounded by coastline as we are, we have a responsibility to ensure that the seas and oceans are preserved. Our lives have a very great ...
On Sunday August 24th, Birmingham Friends Of The Earth were invited to a service at Birmingham Cathedral to discuss ‘Let’s Get Moving’ and the issues around air pollution that we face. ‘Let...
Phil Burrows, our Building Manager here at the warehouse, presented his evidence to the HS2 Bill committee on Tuesday 2nd September. The rights and wrongs of HS2 have been raging ever since the Torie...
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  I was really looking forward to The Real Junk Food Project coming to our meeting this Monday. Food is one of my passions in life. I love cooking and I hate waste! The main aim of the project...
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a bit of a mouthful to even say out loud, and transcontinental investment treaties are never the sexiest of topics for campaigning. But the TTIP, ...
In August, Birmingham Friends of the Earth campaigners travelled to Lancashire for the weekend to attend a ‘mass anti- fracking action camp’. We joined an impressively collaborative and organised...